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  1. models on the way from GLM. They'll be here shortly, so I've got them on sale.

    Check out the Bentley S1 Graber convertible (open or closed),

    the Jaguar XJ hearse by Wilcox

    and the Rolls-Royce 20/25 Vincent van, in a new maroon livery.

     

    You can buy them now and I'll post them as soon as they arrive.

     

    Regards to all,

    Frank.

     

     

  2. STANDARD VANGUARD PHASE 1 sports car transporter from Pete Kenna.

     

    There are FIVE only and pre-orders are being taken NOW!!

    The model is based on the original, unique model built by Mike Anthony, to transport his racing Lotus 11 around Europe.

     

    The model is handbuilt in white metal and bears all the hallmarks of a superb KENNA model.

     

    Take a look now at 'KENNA MODELS' on the site. PRE-ORDERS now being taken. Email me to reserve one.

     

    Regards to all,

    Frank.

  3. 1950-54 AUSTIN A70 HEREFORD WOODY COUNTRYMAN.
     

    Today, the final batch of KENNA Hereford countryman will arrive.

        

        OUT OF THE TWENTY ORDERED, ELEVEN HAVE BEEN SOLD ON PRE-ORDERS.

    The remaining NINE are now currently available to order on the site = 'KENNA MODELS'.

     

    If you only buy one white metal model this year, make sure it's this one!!!

     

    A magnificent model from Pete Kenna, this stunning model of the Hereford woody has been totally revamped and now features:

     

    FULL- WIDTH WINDSCREEN VISOR

    TWIN HEADLAMP VISORS

    FRONT 'AA' BADGE

    REAR 'GB' BADGE

    WING MIRRORS

    RADIO AERIAL

    FLYING 'A' BADGE TO BONNET.

     

    This beautiful model has been painstakingly, over many hours, hand built by Pete Kenna, to a specific order from BHM.

    It also features photo-etched windscreen wipers, clear resin headlamp inserts together with numerous separate plated parts.

    I cannot over-emphasise the rarity, intricate detailing and overall beauty of this model: 'HEN'S TEETH' springs to mind.

     

    All remaining models are now listed on the site. BE QUICK!!!

     

    Regards to all,

    Frank

     

  4. for letting me know that I'd mistakenly listed the Pierce Arrow roadster as a 1920 not a 1930 - a simple clerical error on my part. Thanks, Chris.

    But to all my followers, if you spot anything that doesn't look right, don't hesitate to let me know. I appreciate it very much.

    Many thanks and regards to all,

    Frank.